We are delighted to announce that the Faculty of Philosophy of Universitas Gadjah Mada will host the (online) 10th International Conference on Nusantara Philosophy. The conference will bring theme  "The Role of Social Epistemology and Ontology for The Future of Humanity”. The conference aims to explore, discuss and seek framework in understanding and exploring the discourse on the study of philosophy which will be expanded into cross-disciplinary scientific references, in Indonesian and global contexts. The Conference brings together theoretical exploration, observation, studies and research on issues related to the construction of knowledge and the fabrication of things.

The accepted and presented papers will be submitted for possible inclusion to proceedings that are indexed by Crossref/Dimensions/DOAJ/Google Scholar.

Rationale

One of the keys to social justice is the recognition principle. This is because, with recognition, various non-mainstream social entities can be introduced to public discourse and, with certain movements, legally protected by the law. For example, to protect ‘Adat’ (customary) lands from corporate threats, we need to acknowledge that these indigenous peoples exist and are real as a social group. Otherwise, we will lose the tools to protect the land and the people.

Sub themes

  • Social epistemology
  • Social ontology
  • Indigenous knowledge and philosophy
  • Decolonizing the history of philosophy
  • Decolonizing science
  • Feminist epistemology
  • Political epistemology
  • Applied philosophy
  • Philosophy of psychology
  • Philosophy of technology

Participants

The Conference invites theorists, scholars, researchers and practitioners working in the fields of, but NOT limited to, philosophy, political science, sociology, anthropology, gender studies, religious studies, human geography, psychology, public policy studies, media studies, international relations, sexuality, history, criminology, maritime studies, education, language and legal studies to submit their paper and contribute to the debate. We encourage postgraduate students to take part in the conference.

Important Dates

Abstract Deadline
November, 1st 2022

Selected Abstract
November, 10th 2022

Conference
November, 24-25th 2022 (online)

Full Paper Deadline
December, 10th 2022